The paper 'Impacts of Globalization on the Management of SABMiller’ s Employees" is a good example of a management case study. Globalization refers to the act of interaction and integration amongst nationalities, organizations, and governments of distinct countries, an activity assisted by global trade and venture and facilitated by information technology. It is the global movement towards fiscal, business, and communication integration. It means unlocking narrow and nationalistic views and beliefs to a broad perspective of an interrelated and interdependent world with complementary movement of capitals, goods, and services beyond country territories. SABMiller is a global company that manufactures and purchases brew and beverages whose headquarters are located in London.
It the globe’ s second-biggest brewing company in terms of revenue and it is the main bottler of the Coca-Cola Company. SABMiller plc originated in South Africa over 10 decades ago. The company operates in over 80 nations across the Africa region, America, Europe, and Asia. The company has more than 70,000 employees and it sells more than 140,000 bottles of beer in a day. The growth of SABMiller has been complex; around the apartheid period, the company was not allowed to make any investments outside South Africa.
It later grew across the globe and the transition included winning the hearts and minds from different regions across the globe (Luo and Tung, 2007. p. 485). Globalization integrates a company’ s activities processes, and stratagems into a wide range of cultural practices, goods and services, and perspectives (Klein and Wö cke, 2007, p. 320). Due to its stress on diversity, globalization has an extensive effect on the way the organization manages its employees. Taking into consideration the impact of globalization on human resources, globalization has helped the SABMiller Company manage and equip the company for the constantly growing global business environment.
In the majority of the African countries, the management of human resources has not been taken with the seriousness it requires.
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